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Super Sunday Breakfast A Sellout Success
Longtime omelet maker and Rotary Club member John Weeks gets ready to add the cheese and finish cooking up the made-to-order omelet for a young diner on Sunday.
Members of the Escalon Police Department Explorers unit, from left, senior Max Teague, sophomore Janessa Rodriguez and junior Nathan Miranda stayed busy helping serve diners at the Sunday morning Super Bowl breakfast.
Looking over the raffle prizes to see where he wants to put his tickets is Ray Leverett, one of the many that turned out for the Rotary Club’s annual Super Bowl breakfast on Sunday.

Escalon’s Sunrise Rotary Club cooked up plenty of omelets on Sunday morning, Feb. 2 as the community turned out for the annual Super Bowl Breakfast.

Hosted in the cafeteria at Escalon High School, Rotary member Romy Damiles said they printed up 250 tickets for the ‘made to order’ omelet breakfast and they sold out, along with having some walk-in diners enjoy the meal as well.

Proceeds go to various community and youth program and services of the local Rotary Club. Along with the meal, where Rotarians and volunteers cooked up the omelet with fillings of the diner’s choice, there were a number of raffle prizes up for grabs.

Volunteers included several members of the Escalon Police Department Explorers unit who helped set up for the breakfast, served and assisted with clean up.

Organizers said they were very pleased with the event, which has been hosted the last several years on Super Bowl Sunday.